This was my club project last night. Instead of making several projects, we only made this one. If I were to do this project again, it would be as a stamp camp. :)
I have several photos of this project that can be viewed under my gallery in different stages. The project is made by scoring the 12 x 12 cardstock at 6 inches on one side, turn 1/4 of a turn, and then score at 6 inches again. Cut on one of the score lines from the edge up to the middle. Fold the cardstock onto itself as follows: fold the lower left corner to the right, fold the lower right up, fold the upper right to the left. When folded in this manner, the result is a 6 x 6 scrapbook card (a ScrapCard?) that has a total of seven 6 x 6 scrapbook pages (unless you also want to scrap the back). Note: once the card is folded up, you will need to "square off" the card because some of the edges will become uneven.
Everyone last night also received a SU vellum 6 x 6 envelope, so this book can be mailed to a loved one.
In addition to the ScrapCard, one of the pages pulls out of photo corners and has a flap on the back that folds out to make a standing photo frame.
Date: Saturday, April 8, 2006 GMT Views: 555
Accessories: Hodgepodge Hardware, Moss Grosgrain, Moss Gingham, DYMO label maker (with paper fed through it and then inked up with DTP), sanding blocks, stampin' dimensionals, Pockets & Pieces assortment